Following on from the release of two standalone singles last year, London-based alt-country duo Two Ways Home are gearing up for the release of their brand-new album, having raised over £10,000 through crowdfunding. The lead single ‘Speed Of Anything’ unleashes a more pop-country-influenced side to their sound; a high-energy, infectious love story of “kids living down the street just waiting to meet” whose romance fires up years later. Having written with the likes of Liz McClarnon, Twinnie and Charlie Worsham over the years, the new music showcases their songwriting prowess with a mixture of genres and influences – an exciting statement of intent for the next chapter of their career.
Speed of Anything is the first single from our forthcoming Album. It was written in London, recorded in Vienna and mixed in Brisbane by Stuart Stuart. The song is a declaration of love unbound by time. We can go the Speed of Anything, as long as I’m with you.
Since the release of their debut EP back in 2015, Isabella and Lewis have established themselves as firm favourites on the British Country/Americana scene, having shared stages with the likes of Phil Vassar and Sarah Darling as well as performing at popular festivals such as Nashville Meets London and The Long Road. They’ve also made waves internationally, touring in Germany and Austria. Their ‘Closest Stranger’ EP garnered support from Country Hits Radio, who took an instant liking to them from the station’s conception, and Chris Country Radio, whilst BBC Regional stations have been long-time supporters.
‘Soaring harmonies and thoughtful songs’ – Sunday Mirror
The duo have also been trailblazers for the country scene in London, hosting their own songwriter event ‘The Round Up’ which has attracted high-profile names from Nashville such as Charlie Worsham and Lainey Wilson, whilst giving a fantastic platform for homegrown talent. They’re set to head out on a coffee shop tour through August/September with Caffé Nero, with stops all over the country.
15th October – London (Under The Bridge)
27th November – London (Half Moon Putney)
28th November – Manchester (Jimmy’s)
29th November – Cheltenham (Smokey Joes)
30th November – Andover (The Rockhouse)